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  1. Comrade X
    Comrade X April 19, 2018 8:24 am

    IMHO the relationship between the Declaration and Constitution as written in the 9th amendment along with the many other limitations spelled thru out if remembered and implemented could save this lost republic. It is also needed that we the people find it in us to implement additional limitations sorely needed too.

  2. s.owl@thecabal.com
    s.owl@thecabal.com April 19, 2018 8:39 am

    “. . . one of the world’s best fighting units had been beaten and decimated by a bunch of determined New England farmers.”

    As a proud descendant of those Yankees, it saddens me to see what New England has become.

  3. larryarnold
    larryarnold April 19, 2018 9:02 am

    A while back I went on a choir trip to England, and on an off day toured one of the British Regimental Museums. There was one display featuring a 1700s “Redcoat” in full kit, and a poster titled “The Troubles in the Colonies.”

    It noted that one problem Britain had during the Troubles was that they were also fighting the French and in a couple of other wars, and that they learned not to do that again.

    Regardless, it’s a good day for Claire’s book to premier.

  4. FishOrMan
    FishOrMan April 19, 2018 10:14 am

    My morning read to the kids. Fit right in to yesterday’s lessons. Thank you.

  5. ~Qjay
    ~Qjay April 19, 2018 10:33 am

    oooOOOooo! NOW you hit the big time, Claire! Even KINDLE readers can check out your book!

    Seriously, congratulations! I loved it, and read it with a glass of brandy beside me, a cigar at hand, and a shotgun under my trenchcoat.

  6. Mark Call
    Mark Call April 20, 2018 10:17 am

    April 19th was once (rightfully) “Patriot’s Day” — before Idiots in Congress decided to repurpose the name to suit an agenda of Tyranny, celebrating the polar opposite.

    But as a fellow talk-show host friend of mine observed (he used “419” as a greeting to reflect that sentiment) — the date of April 19th has been an important “TURNING POINT” — both for Liberty, and for Tyranny — and the continuing battle, for centuries. (the history is quite interesting, and he did articles and shows on the topic)

    Most recently, of course, Tyranny seems to dominate the battle date, from the 25th anniversary of one of the most infamous massacres in AmeriKan history (and the subsequent cover-up, exposed by many, but notably the late Mike McNulty) to the prototypical false-flag and Official Narrative two years later (OKC) that served as the blueprint for how people ignorant of even basic physics will swallow almost any Big Lie.

    The cynic in me doesn’t believe the choice of those dates was accidental.

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